Tuesday, February 2, 2016

[Untitled] w/ Lara Americo, Episode 3, Part I

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“A lot of things had to fall apart for Stolen Hearts to come together,” says Pam Taylor. The blues duo consisting of multi-instrumentalist Robert Johnson and guitarist/vocalist Pam Taylor are also a couple offstage. While musical acts like The Cult and the Plastic Ono Band come to mind, the couple sets themselves apart with their self-proclaimed “Dirty Southern Soul” style of blues.


During the interview, we found ourselves negotiating with the bar’s maintenance team so we could use the kerosene heater in the back patio. After talking with the maintenance leader, we became mesmerized by Pam Taylor’s stories about southern food and dirt roads.

“We’re not bluesy enough for the blues clubs and we’re not country enough for the country clubs,” says Robert Johnson about the current state of the local music scene.

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